Ceynor vehicle involved in accident while campaigning for MD

Ceynor vehicle involved in accident while campaigning for MD

August 13, 2013   01:28 pm

The Campaign for Free and Fair Elections (CaFFE) says it has been informed that a vehicle belonging to the state-owned Ceynor Foundation was involved in an accident in Matale while campaigning for UPFA candidate Ujith Anuradha.

The election monitoring group said the vehicle was travelling without a number plate at the time of the incindet on Monday (August 12) in Mahawela, Matale. 

The vehicle is currently at Mahawela police station. Two persons who had been travelling in the vehicle have been injured and had been admitted to Matale Hospital, CaFFE media unit said. 

UPFA candidate Ujith Anuradha is the managing director of the Ceynor Foundation, CaFFE said.

CaFFE says it had earlier informed the Ceynor Foundation and the Commissioner of Elections stating that a large number of Ceynor vehicles are being used in Matale for election related activities and that they are being driven in a reckless manner. 

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